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Transition Metal-Substituted Salt of Tungsten-Based Polyoxometalate-Supported Mesoporous Silica as a Catalyst for Organic Transformation Reactions

  • Surjyakanta Rana
  • Kulamani Parida
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Abstract

Solid acids and super acids are attracting substantial interest due to their applicability in many chemical industries, especially in the petroleum industry for alkylation, isomerization, and cracking reactions, as well as in the synthesis of fine chemicals. The understanding of acid-catalyzed reactions is very much important since it covers a wide field of applications, ranging from large-scale industrial processes to enzyme-controlled reactions in the living cell. This chapter deals with synthesis and characterization of different types of salts as well as transition metal-modified phosphotungstates and their applications as catalyst for acylation, Heck vinylation, bromination of phenol, oxidation of trans-stilbene, and hydrogenation of ortho-nitrophenol, respectively.

Keywords

Solid Acid Phosphotungstic Acid Solid Acid Catalyst Heteropoly Acid Keggin Structure 
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Notes

Acknowledgments

The authors are thankful to Prof. B. K. Mishra, Director, IMMT (CSIR), Bhubaneswar, for his keen interest, encouragement, and kind permission to publish this work. Mr. Surjyakanta Rana is obliged to CSIR for a senior research fellowship. We are thankful to DST for the financial support.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Colloids and Materials Chemistry DepartmentCSIR-Institute of Minerals and Materials TechnologyBhubaneswarIndia

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